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Sheryl Crow's strip song
Sheryl Crow's new music is so good she "could strip to it".
The 'Summer Day' singer recently wrote a tune for a striptease scene in a New York stage show and thinks it is so impressive, it could even persuade her to take her clothes off.
She said: "A friend of mine has asked me to write the music for the Broadway musical version of the film 'Diner'. There's a scene where these three women do a striptease and I came up with the music for it.
"It's so good I could strip to it. And I'm 48."
The Grammy award-winning star - who has adopted children Levi, six weeks, and three-year-old Wyatt - admitted her kids may join forces with the offspring of singer Jack White to form a group in the future.
She told Q magazine: "Jack White has a hang-out place in Nashville and he opened it up to everyone to come and see his band The Dead Weather play. I bumped into his wife Karen and we agreed that we would get the kids together some time.
"Could they form a band? I suppose they could. Jack White seems pretty open to ideas so maybe he might get involved too. That would be, like, what, his 10th band?"Posted on 31 Jul 2010 16:30 to category : Music News
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